IEMTA Spring Scientific Meeting – April 2013

Mater Hospital – 26th April 2013

Oral Presentations

  1. Will OHCAR and other registries change our strategy in OOHCA. Siobhan Maguire (EM SpR), Niamh Collins (EM Consultant)
  2. RE- ATTENDERS TO THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT OF A MAJOR TEACHING HOSPITAL SERVING A POPULATION OF 290,000. B Ramasubbu, B Lee, N Collins. Department of Emergency Medicine, Connolly Hospital, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15.
  3. An Analysis of The Investigative Approach to Renal Colic in an Emergency Department. Dr. Navin Ramphul1, Dr. Damien Ryan2. 1SpR in Emergency Medicine,  Limerick University Hospital. 2 Consultant in Emergency Medicine, Limerick University Hospital.
  4. The “Jedward” versus the “Mohawk”: A Prospective Study on a Paediatric Distraction Techniques. Dr Eoin Fogarty, Emergency Department, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Eccles Street, Dublin 7.
  5. Major Incident Preparedness in Ireland. Are we ready for a mass decontamination emergency?Dr Durgavasini Devanath, SHO in Emergency Medicine, MMUH , Dr Deirdre Breslin, Intern in Emergency Medicine, MMUH, Dr Denise Connolly, Intern in Emergency Medicine, Dr Gerard O’Connor, Specialist Registrar in Emergency Medicine, Dr Adrian Moughty, Consultant in Emergency Medicine, Dr Tomas Breslin, Consultant in Emergency Medicine. Emergency Department, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Eccles Street, Dublin 7.
  6. The Risk Factor profile of patients attending a low risk chest pain unit in the Emergency Department. L. Hester, M. Broughall, J. Foynes Reynolds, K. Maleady, E. O’Conor, N. Collins.Emergency Department, James Connolly Memorial Hospital, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15, Ireland.
  7. Indications and Appropriateness of Emergency Transfers to Acute Hospitals from a Geriatric hospital in Dublin (St. Mary’s Hospital).  DR. EZIEFA OBUSEH. Emergency Department, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Eccles Street, Dublin 7.

 

 

 

 

Poster Presentations

1. An Evaluation of the Usability and Effectiveness of the Low-Risk Chest Pain Pathway in the Emergency Department of University Hospital Limerick. Brid Reale, Ashley Ho, Laura Melody, Fergal Cummins.

2. A  FAST STEMI: A CASE REPORT. Dr Galamoyo Nfila, EM SpR, University Hospital Galway, Mr James Binchy, EM Consultant, University Hospital Galway, Mr John ODonnell, EM Consultant, University Hospital Galway.

3. Acute abdominal and back pain in a middle aged gentleman. An unexpected diagnosis on emergency bedside ultrasound imaging. Dr Deirdre Breslin, Intern in Emergency Medicine1; Dr Denise Connolly, Intern in Emergency Medicine1; Dr Gerard O’Connor Specialist Registrar in Emergency Medicine1 2; Dr Adrian Moughty, Consultant in Emergency Medicine1; Dr Tomas Breslin Consultant in Emergency Medicine1. Department of Emergency Medicine, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Eccles Street, Dublin 7.

4. The waves of change – A retrospective review of Radiological Investigations, in Paediatric Emergency Patients with acute hip pathology. Eoin Fogarty, Ciara Martin.

5. A Review of the assessment of ureteric colic in Irish Emergency Departments- How do we compare with the gold standard?  Nguyen M (Dr, Intern), Forde JC (Dr, SpR), Deasy C (Dr, Consultant) and F Cummins (Dr, Consultant).

6. 5 Year Audit Of Gun Shot Injuries Presenting To An Inner City Teaching Hospital Emergency Department.  Dr Nicolas Lim, Dr Aislinn Sherwin, Dr Shine Singh, Dr Geraldine McMahon.

 

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